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MidAmerica University (Mathematics)
University of Kansas (PhD)
St John's University (Master's)
Are you tired of your instructors treating Mathematics as a list of rules and formulas to memorize? So am I.
As a Ph.D. mathematician and educator with over 14 years teaching experience, I am fully prepared to help you understand all the ins and outs any math class you're taking. I've taught virtually every level of student, from high school dropouts learning basic algebra to college seniors learning differential equations. Personally, I prefer the one-on-one tutoring environment to the classroom. With only one student to focus my energy on, I can help you locate your learning gaps quickly and help you to find problem solving strategies based on your own intuitions for any math topic. I'll help you to understand the "bigger picture" of mathematics, where the formulas and methods are clear from the context, rather than an obscure set of steps or an isolated equation.
Whether you want to use my skills to prepare for an exam, or as a weekly supplement to a math class you're currently taking - I look forward to helping you achieve your full potential in mathematics. Are you tired of your instructors treating Mathematics as a list of rules and formulas to memorize? So am I.
As a Ph.D. mathematician and educator with over 14 years teaching experience, I am fully prepared to help you understand all the ins and outs any … Read more
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